A split verdict was reached on Tuesday in the trial of a Danville officer who shot and killed a mentally ill man in 2018, capping the month-long trial.
Prosecutors said Contra Costa County Sheriff's Deputy Andrew Hall wasn't acting in self-defense when he shot Laudemer Arboleda nine times on Nov. 3, 2018, while Hall's lawyers said during closing arguments Thursday that Hall had no choice.
After deciding not to call Andrew Hall to testify, the defense rested Wednesday in the Contra Costa County sheriff's deputy's manslaughter trial in Martinez.
Opening statements were presented in the manslaughter trial of Danville police officer Andrew Hall, who shot Laudemer Arboleda nine times as he tried to pull away from police in 2018.
Opening statements are set to begin Monday in the trial of a Danville police officer charged with manslaughter following the shooting death of Laudemer Arboleda.
Nearly 3,300 PG&E customers in Danville were without power Wednesday morning as the utility sought to determine the cause of the outage.
Arboleda led police on a slow-speed chase through Danville on Nov. 3, 2018, after police repeatedly tried pulling him over, after residents called police reporting a suspicious person knocking on doors.
The city of Danville held a Labor Day parade Saturday after postponing their popular Fourth of July parade because of a surge in COVID-19 cases.
Managers at Danville Bowl said they won't be enforcing a local indoor mask mandate, despite a rise in coronavirus infections around the Bay Area.
A motorcycle family from Danville is raising awareness about a genetic disorder that causes early heart disease. If not treated, it could lead to heart attacks, and even death.
In terms of gas tank getaways, Mt. Diablo is an awesome place to visit. The south gate in Danville is just one spot where you can start your trek up the mountain.
Officer Andrew Hall, who shot and killed another man in a separate incident this year, will go to trial for voluntary manslaughter in the 2018 shooting death of Laudemer Arboleda.
A scorching heatwave across most of the Bay Area on Saturday nearly overwhelmed California's electric grid.
Crew leader Jason Caldwell of Danville said he was glad to be finished with the 2,400-mile feat, which the team completed in 30 days, beating the previous record by nine days.
PG&E says the majority of the outages are weather related and they are working in the filed to quickly restore service.
A Danville police officer pleaded not guilty Wednesday to charges of voluntary manslaughter and assault with a semi-automatic weapon for a 2018 on-duty fatal shooting.
Danville and its Fourth of July parade partner, the Kiwanis Club of the San Ramon Valley, is moving the annual event to Labor Day weekend this year.
Two fatal shootings by the same police officer in Danville have cast a spotlight on what criminal justice activists are calling a case of delayed justice and its deadly consequences.
The Danville town council expected to hear from the police chief on how police officers are selected and trained after the same deputy has killed two people.
Officer Andrew Hall was booked into the Martinez Detention Facility on charges of voluntary manslaughter and assault in the death of Laudemer Arboleda. Hall has since posted bail.